Calabre Bed and Breakfast
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Bluff
... the bridges were renamed "Augusta," "Caroline" and "Edwin" by later explorer groups. As the park was expanded to protect nearby Puebloan structures, the General Land Office assigned the Hopi names "Sipapu," "Kachina" and "Owachomo" in 1909.
The difference between and Arch and a Bridge is: the Arch is formed by water seeping down through the rock causing chunks to fall away ...
... to pull out some chairs and just gawk, but we'd be frozen in no time so we snapped some photos and raced back to the warm car.
Here's what it looks like when the weather is clear and warm.
Geologists consider this to be one of the finest examples of "entrenched meanders" in the ...
... was out throughout
the valley for a day. Teach us to take the weather for granted. We had no
internet or phone until you got above sea level. We stayed in a campground that
was just a spot alongside the road called Stovepipe Wells at 5 ft below sea
level. My brother-in-law, Hal, even turned 70 here. Not many people can say
that. On our day trips out, we were at elevations anywhere from 182 ft below
sea level to 5600 ft above sea level.
After arriving in Bluff we drove through Valley of the Gods approx. 20 miles of dirt road.
Then drove up Moki Dugway to Muley Point. Anita did much better coming down than going up.
I know she didn't have her eyes closed the whole way since we have pictures of trip up & down.
Stopped at Goosenecks ...
... than someone with short shorts & no shirt posing for a photo off various ledges. After a great afternoon we hit the road again - only two & a half hours doesn't seem quite so much now. On our way we saw the Mexican Hat - very cool. I didn't mean to but had a power nap - acting like a bobble head meant I didn't sleep long but if did miss crossing into the state of Colorado. Made it to our latest hotel, with views of Mesa Verde, & over 100 stations on cable! And people ...